First Edition (version 1.0) published online on 16 January 2009
Language English; Chinese; Japanese; Korean; Vietnamese
Book contributor Kok-Wah LEE @ XpreeLi
Notes Originally available at public domain URL [http://www.xpreeli.com/learning_Chinese_language.htm].
This file is a seed to analyze the needed number of Chinese lexemes for basic understanding of Chinese newspaper articles. Any person with prior knowledge of Japanese kanji and/or Korean hanja shall feel friendly and effectively learning the semantics of Chinese language using the method proposed here by first learning the most popular Chinese characters.
For first instance, knowing a first sentence composed from 11 most frequently used Chinese characters amounts to 16% of Chinese characters in an online article. For second instance, in additional to the first sentence, knowing a second sentence composed from 17 most frequently used Chinese characters accumulatively amounts to 25% of Chinese characters in an online article.
Further steps can proceed to other contexts like journalist columns, letter composition, essay writing, etc. There exists also applicability to other languages in general & specific contexts.
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